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Australia's telcos, banks and supermarkets granted exemption to cartel laws

Shutterstock“People of the same trade seldom meet together, even for merriment and diversion,” wrote Adam Smith in The Wealth of Nations (published in 1776), “but the conversati...

Sven Gallasch, Lecturer in Law, Swinburne University of Technology - avatar Sven Gallasch, Lecturer in Law, Swinburne University of Technology

Risk to Opportunity – What COVID-19 Could Mean for Your Business

Banking royal commissions, bushfires and now COVID-19, we have certainly seen enough demonstrations that the world we live in is VUCA1 – an acronym originally used by the American Military. It st...

Dr. Gavriel (Gav) Schneider - avatar Dr. Gavriel (Gav) Schneider

the simple technology that could help stop coronavirus spreading

ShutterstockNew research the New England Journal of Medicine suggests that SARS CoV 2, which causes the disease known as COVID-19 coronavirus, is more stable on plastic and stainless steel than o...

Geoff Hanmer, Adjunct Professor of Architecture, University of Adelaide - avatar Geoff Hanmer, Adjunct Professor of Architecture, University of Adelaide

Scott Morrison is steering in the right direction, but we're going to need a bigger boat

The Australian government’s JobKeeper wage subsidy, estimated to cost A$130 billion, is a crucial measure to help keep the economy from completely cratering.But, even if COVID-19 is suffici...

Richard Holden, Professor of Economics, UNSW - avatar Richard Holden, Professor of Economics, UNSW

It is necessary to worry about health, but pessimism about the economy will hurt us

ShutterstockDuring this pandemic, our twin health and economic crises require two different types of concern, and they operate differently.For the health crisis, a high level of concern is necess...

Gordon Menzies, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Technology Sydney - avatar Gordon Menzies, Associate Professor of Economics, University of Technology Sydney

Work from home not working for many as kids prove too disruptive

According to Jenny Folley, demand for private office space across her brand of premium coworking and private office spaces is soaring.    Jenny Folley is the founder and managing director o...

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New course allows retrenched workers to take back control

Institute of Data and University of Technology Sydney offer Data and Cyber scholarships to workers made redundant because of COVID-19   The coronavirus pandemic is set to have a massive impact ...

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Australia's post-war recovery program provides clues as to how to get out of this

As the Covid-19 pandemic spreads around the world, wartime metaphors abound. And, with what amounts to a war economy now in place, attention has inevitably turned to post-war reconstruction. It i...

John Quiggin, Professor, School of Economics, The University of Queensland - avatar John Quiggin, Professor, School of Economics, The University of Queensland

How to Start Forex Trading

Forex Trading is the trading of different currencies across the world. Forex, which stands for Foreign Exchange, is a global marketplace for exchanging national currencies against one anothe...

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it's legal to put your money in, take it out, and save on tax

Helloquence/Unsplash, CC BY-NCHow would you feel if you were having a Zoom meeting with your accountant and they asked “how would you like to save more than $5,000 in income tax over the ne...

Robert Breunig, Professor of Economics and Director, Tax and Transfer Policy Institute, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University - avatar Robert Breunig, Professor of Economics and Director, Tax and Transfer Policy Institute, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University

The coronavirus response calls into question the future of super

Brendel/Unsplash, CC BY-NCUnderstandably, given we are in a crisis, the government has baulked at including superannuation contributions in the A$140 billion worth of $1,500 per fortnight wage t...

Warwick Smith, Research economist, University of Melbourne - avatar Warwick Smith, Research economist, University of Melbourne

Why closing our borders to foreign workers could see fruit and vegetable prices spike

Dave Hunt/AAPOne aspect of the COVID-19 crisis that has so far escaped widespread public attention in Australia is its potential impact on our food security. We haven’t seen supermarket sho...

Michael Rose, Research fellow, Australian National University - avatar Michael Rose, Research fellow, Australian National University

how will it work, who will miss out and how to get it?

@shotsoflouis/Upplash, CC BY-NCThe A$130 billion $1,500-per-fortnight JobKeeper payment will benefit six million Australians for six months, with payments expected from May 1. Eligible businesses...

Rebecca Cassells, Associate Professor, Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre, Curtin University - avatar Rebecca Cassells, Associate Professor, Bankwest Curtin Economics Centre, Curtin University

Finder appoints Chris Ellis as CEO – Finder Australia

Digital business heavyweight Chris Ellis has been appointed to the newly created role of Chief Executive Officer of Finder Australia, following an extensive 18-month search. Ellis is the outgoin...

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8 TIPS TO MAKE OLD CLOTHES FASHIONABLE

You can change your old clothes and upgrade your wardrobe at a low price by using simple techniques. There are numerous videos on the internet that provide great tips t...

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Di Jones real estate recognises high achievers

Di Jones celebrated its outstanding performers on Saturday (24 February 2018) evening at the Di Jones Real Estate Annual Awards.                               The bla...

Helen Hull - avatar Helen Hull

Eclipse Travel Expands Operations to New Zealand

Eclipse Travel, specialists in key adventure destinations such as Antarctica, the Arctic, Africa and Latin America, have announced today their expansion of operations to ...

Yvonne Kong - avatar Yvonne Kong

How medical professionals can benefit from an overall wealth management solution

As a health care professional, you have made it your life's work to focus on the care and health of the general public. While this kind of work can be extremely rewarding...

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Why Pinterest Should Be Part of Your Marketing Strategy

Pinterest is a growing social media platform that can deliver significant traffic to your website and new followers to your brand. With it’s steady growth and outrageous ...

Greg Nunan - avatar Greg Nunan

The top reasons why gyms fail

Steve Grant is a Business Coach and Founder of GymHub.com.au   Every month thousands of new trainers walk out of their 6-month course with the qualifications needed ...

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WHITE LABEL NOBA’s Winter 2016 season: Earth + Country

Taking cues from the warm winter colours of tobacco and caramel, and combining them with the strength of navy and the embracing lightness of whites and creams; and then...

Kath Rose - avatar Kath Rose

Former Etihad boss brings substantial event insight to PMY Group Board

Paul Sergeant PMY Group, the architects of the digital insurgency occurring at major venues across Australia and New Zealand, are delighted to welcome 35 year even...

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